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Old 05-01-2018, 12:21 PM
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Default Hahn Updates On Injuries...

Went on the radio this morning. Key points:

Robert will start hitting in 7-10 days, be in Arizona to play, and hopefully at W-S by the end of the month.

Hansen's forearm thing is "resolved". He's on a throwing program, and will throw his first bullpen in Arizona next week.

Great news on Hansen. Let's hope they are right.

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Old 05-01-2018, 01:09 PM
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At first, I thought you posted that Robert will be in the World Series, but then realized you meant Winston Salem.

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Old 05-02-2018, 06:47 PM
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Great news. I can't wait to start following these guys in action in a few weeks.
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Old 05-02-2018, 10:48 PM
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Hahn was in St. Louis for the series and talked about A. Garcia today. He said Avi had a "Grade-2" hamstring strain and it would be at least a few weeks before he was active again.

I'm guessing he's gone a month including a rehab assignment.

The way he was playing though it's not like he was making a big impact. And you can forget about being able to flip him for something.
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Here are injury updates (Rodon, Garcia, Robert, Hansen, and Gonzalez) from Rick Hahn today (bottom of this article):

https://chicago.suntimes.com/sports/...ear-white-sox/
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Old 05-17-2018, 08:23 PM
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Here's the latest as of 5/17 from Hahn:

Rodon will throw at Kanny on Saturday

Gonzales had a set back, won't throw for at least 10 -14 days.

Avi progressing slowly through Grade 2 hammy strain, no timeline given

Alec Hansen continues to progress, and is throwing bullpens.

Robert is participating in extended training, expected to join game action late this month in Extended ST, will likely hit W-S in early June, probably play in the Arizona Fall League.

Assuming Rodon or Kopech join the big club, I'd guess Gonzales is gone.
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Old 05-17-2018, 08:35 PM
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Assuming Rodon or Kopech join the big club, I'd guess Gonzales is gone.
Gonzalez is better than Volstad.
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Old 05-17-2018, 11:32 PM
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Gonzalez is better than Volstad.
True but Gonzales apparently can't even throw the baseball right now given his "relapse."

And hell the ghost of Billy Pierce is better than a half dozen of these stiffs on the staff.
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Old 05-17-2018, 11:42 PM
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Sox say, "tight left hamstring." day to day (aren't we all...)
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I'll be curious as more info comes out about how this happened, they say he was "walking" when it tore again.

Have to check with a trainer-friend I know to get his take and how often this happens.

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Hahn last week said it was a "Grade 2" hamstring strain and that it would be awhile.
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Hansen's forearm thing is "resolved".
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True but Gonzales apparently can't even throw the baseball right now given his "relapse."
Why do you put anything related to injuries in quotes like the Sox are lying?
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Old 05-17-2018, 11:47 PM
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Why do you put anything related to injuries in quotes like the Sox are lying?
Withholding the truth is a form of lying to be fair.
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Here's the latest as of 5/17 from Hahn:

Rodon will throw at Kanny on Saturday

Gonzales had a set back, won't throw for at least 10 -14 days.

Avi progressing slowly through Grade 2 hammy strain, no timeline given

Alec Hansen continues to progress, and is throwing bullpens.

Robert is participating in extended training, expected to join game action late this month in Extended ST, will likely hit W-S in early June, probably play in the Arizona Fall League.

Assuming Rodon or Kopech join the big club, I'd guess Gonzales is gone.
Or they send Giolito down to work on stuff.
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Withholding the truth is a form of lying to be fair.
I would be very disappointed, to say the least, if Sox management provided full details on any injury situation to the public. As a fan, I want to know, but I donít need to know.
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Old 05-18-2018, 08:39 AM
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I would be very disappointed, to say the least, if Sox management provided full details on any injury situation to the public. As a fan, I want to know, but I donít need to know.
Thereís also a legal limit to what any team or doctor can share regarding player injuries.

Sorry, it sucks, but we fans and reporters donít have a ďrightĒ to know jack squat about player health.
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Old 05-18-2018, 12:07 PM
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Why do you put anything related to injuries in quotes like the Sox are lying?
Because those are the "direct" quotes from Hahn, not me saying it in a recap. Hahn is the expert on these matters not me. I didn't want anyone thinking this was my opinion of the situation, was quoting him directly.

No snark there Brian.
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Old 05-18-2018, 01:11 PM
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It sounds as though Rodon will be the first of the current injured players to return. I had hoped to see A. Garcia back by Memorial Day, but that sounds very unlikely.

Hopefully, Rodon will get his work in at Kanny and come out healthy. I don't care if he gives up 10 runs. He just needs to throw all his pitches and still be in one piece when Sunday morning arrives.
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